Skip to main content
Yellow Tape Podcast by Hire Police

Yellow Tape Podcast by Hire Police

By Hire Police
Welcome to Yellow Tape by Hire Police. Sean Lewis, the owner of Hire Police is joined by co-host, Hire Police Crisis Director Nathan Ulmer.
Nathan's background of military and SWAT training helps average listeners understand the questions and timelines of tragic events through his years of military and police experience.
Join us as we cover mass shootings and other major crimes in the United States. Hire Police is a licensed security agency that provides high-level armed physical security and safety training classes.
Our website is
Listen on
Where to listen
Apple Podcasts Logo

Apple Podcasts

Breaker Logo


Google Podcasts Logo

Google Podcasts

Overcast Logo


Pocket Casts Logo

Pocket Casts

PodBean Logo


RadioPublic Logo


Spotify Logo


Thousand Oaks Shooting - California Nightclub / Bar Mass Shooting
Sean and Nathan from Hire Police discuss the timeline of a mass shooting that took place on November 7, 2018, in Thousand Oaks, California, at the Borderline Bar and Grill, a country-western bar frequented by college students. The shooting took the lives of 12 people including an on-duty Police Officer that responded to the call for help. 
May 17, 2019
Yellow Tape 3 - North Hollywood Shootout
Sean and Nathan from Hire Police discuss the timeline of the 1997 bank robbery and shootings in North Hollywood California that would forever change the Los Angeles Police Department and other Police departments around the country .. and would go down as one of the most infamous gun battles in U.S. history.
April 2, 2019
Yellow Tape 2 - DC Mansion Murders (Final)
Sean and Nathan from Hire Police discuss the 2015 quadruple slaying of the Savopoulos family, aka the DC Mansion Murders. We cover the home invasion, extortion, and brutal details and review home safety tips and planning for home emergency situations.   
March 20, 2019
Yellow Tape 1 - Parkland (Final)
Sean and Nathan from Hire Police discuss the timeline of tragic events that unfolded last year at Stoneman Douglas High School, Valentine's Day 2018 where 17 children and teachers were killed that day.
February 24, 2019